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All this would be moot though only if I could find a quality 1080P for cheap, like one of those LG 32'' that went for $360 a little while ago. QuakemzDec 13, 2013, 8:53 AM pcnoob1911 said: Anonymous said: MapRef41N93W said: The worst thing is that you are gaming on a 720p TV. TV's have far lower quality pixels than a monitor and to get them to fit on that 32" screen they are blown up to be larger reducing the quality more. true, but I am an AT denizen after all. Are you nearsighted? Go for 720p. You won't notice much of a difference. If your computer usage is mostly gaming, it's the way to go. 2560x1600). I am not guessing. Depending on eye sensitivity maybe. It also depends on how you configure the picture. #2 Indus, Dec 6, 2009 yacoub Golden Member Joined: May 24, 2005 Messages: 1,933 Likes Received: 0 1080p, no question. quality is definitely not what my 20" viewsonic 1600x1200 was. #5 daveybrat, Dec 6, 2009 Spikesoldier Diamond Member Joined: Oct 15, 2001 Messages: 6,766 Likes Received: 0 i had a 32" 720p olevia tv a long time ago at my old apartment. TV's have far lower quality pixels than a monitor and to get them to fit on that 32" screen they are blown up to be larger reducing the quality more. Its the best upscaler I've ever seen and I mean it will take 480i material and make it look high def quality. Sounds like we are just disagreeing on semantics of it, my point is that a 1080p TV is still easier on GPUs than monitors of comparable size (and higher rez, of course) and considered doable with a higher tier GPUs. QuakemzDec 13, 2013, 8:46 AM pcnoob1911 said: Anonymous said: Entirely up to you! It's just my personal opinion.I just never really felt TV's displaying as well as a computer monitor because well. Does have problems with bezel causing backlight bleed and 8ms response time though.